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A summary of Jupiter's changing face as seen from Earth during its 2014/2015 apparition.
Trying to keep track of the ever-changing face of Jupiter is a pretty big challenge—its a dynamic world that can fascinate and surprise every time we turn our telescopes towards it.
2013 has been a rather exciting year for Europa scientists. Today's exciting news: the Hubble Space Telescope discovery of water vapor plumes from the south pole of this icy moon.
For the first time, amateur astronomers are capturing spectacular images of Saturn's bizarre north polar hexagon.
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